Judges Should Develop Good Managing Skills and Get Techno Friendly, Says Chhattisgarh HC’s Chief Justice Ramesh Sinha on Training Program of Foreign JOs

The Chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy conducted a 5 days training programme for the Judicial Officers of Bangladesh from 27th of January to 2nd february at CSJA.

It was a historic moment for the chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy because it the first time that an International training is organised at the Academy under the guidance of Hon’ble Mr Justice Ramesh Sinha , chief Justice and Patron in chief of the Academy and the Chairman shri Sanjay K Agrawal the inaugural ceremony of the training program was conducted on 28/01/24.

The Phase II training program of National Judicial Academy for the Judges and Judicial officers of Bangladesh Conducted by the Chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy marks a significant milestone in academies efforts to enhance the capacity and efficiency of the judiciary.

The Hon’ble The chief Justice graced the inaugural function virtually by delivering an inspiring keynote address. His profound insights set the tone for the training program, emphasizing the crucial role of continuous learning in the ever-evolving legal landscape.

The Chief Justice commended the State Judicial Academy for its commitment to judicial education and professional development.

The Chairman of Chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy Hon’ble Mr Justice Sanjay K Agrawal Expressed, “that this training is organised under the memorandum of understanding between the National Judicial Academy, India and the Supreme Court of Bangladesh as the Phase II of the training program of National Judicial Academy for the Judicial Officers of Bangladesh.

He said that the training program offers an extensive curriculum, covering critical areas of law and jurisprudence, the recent developments in Civil and Criminal Law , crime against women , protection of child rights through interactive sessions and lectures delivered by legal scholars from law universities and experienced judges from India.

The training program was meticulously designed with the aim to fortify the professional capabilities of judges . During these 5 days of training various resource persons from various fields of law were called as resource persons and they delivered lecture to the Judges of Bangladesh. 

During session senior counsel of the High Court of Chhattisgarh DR Nirmal Shukla , Mrs Fauzia mirza delivered lecture. The Judges of Bangladesh were also addressed by Mr Amrito Das , Mrs Naushina Ali. The Law Faculty from Hidayatulla national law university , Mr Anindya Tiwari and From Kalinga University Mr Ayush Gondale also facilitated the judges by their lectures. One of the session were also taken by Additional PCCF Shri Arun Pandey, Retired Registrar General Shri Ashok Panda , Judicial officers of the State Shri K.L. Charyani and SHri Pankaj sharma . The Sessions were also taken by the Director  of the Academy Smt Sushma Sawant and Additional DIrector Smt Garima Sharma.

During these five days legal experts from the field of law shared thier expertise during the sessions, providing valuable perspectives on contemporary legal issues. The interactive sessions facilitated engaging discussions, enabling the judges to delve into complex legal matters and gain insights into innovative judicial practices.  The chairman of the Academy Justice Agrawal took two session on “Parameters of Criminal Appeals ” and ‘ Parameters of CIvil Appeals”. Member of the Academy Mr Justice Rakesh Miohan Pandey delivered a lecture on Provisions of Bail. They shared the procedures followed by the Judicial Officers in India during disposing appeals and bail application. they also interacted with the Judicial Officers of Bangladesh and shared the best practises with them. As per the Judicial officers of bangladesh these sessions were very useful and informative to them.

The last day of training program was made memorable by Hon’ble Mr Justice Ramesh Sinha , chief Justice , High Court of Chhattisgarh. He delivered a lecture on the topic ” Court Management and Use of Technology in Judiciary”. He said, The main business of the judiciary is to hear and determine cases in a fair and timely manner at reasonable cost. He focused on the fact that the Judges should develop a good managing skills for efficient court management.

T try He also emphasized on the importance of use of Technology in judiciary and said that there is an increased need to focus and rely on the development of Information and Communications. He told about the technological means that Indian Courts are using. He also shared the process and procedure of live streaming at Chhattisgarh High Court.

He said that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) will help in managing the judicial system and the legal field at large in the future. It will also be a huge evolving point for the judicial system of all the countries across and will play a very important role in strengthening the trust of the people in the judicial system . He stressed on sharing not only the best practices followed in the field of deciding cases but in the field of use of technology in Judiciary as well.

The training marks a historic importance in the sense that it is for the first time that the State Judicial Academy is conducting a training for the Judicial Officers across borders. The Judicial Officers of Bangladesh expressed their gratitude towards the hospitality and arrangement made by the Chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy.

The Chhattisgarh State Judicial Academy has under the dynamic leadership of Hon’ble Mr Justice Ramesh Sinha The Chief Justice, High Court of Chhattisgarh and Patron in chief of the Academy & under the guidance of Hon’ble Shri Justice Sanjay K. Agrawal ,Chairman  CSJA also hoisted a special dinner at CSJA and high tea at the High Court of Chhattisgarh for the Judicial Officers of Bangladesh ,in which all the Judges of the high Court of Chhattisgarh along with the Judges of Bangladesh were present.   

During this training programme the judicial officers of Bangladesh were taken for a study tour and local visit to the historic place Tala in Tehsil Bilha . They were also taken to visit the District Court and the High court of Chhattisgarh . They were overwelmed by seeing the massiveness of the HIgh Court of Chhattisgarh. Also they Praised the simpleness,managing skill and working of the Chief Justice of High Court .

The State Judicial Academy, dedicated to upholding the highest standards of legal education, expressed gratitude to all participants and contributors for their active involvement in making the  training programme for the Judicial Officers of Bangladesh a resounding success. The academy remains committed to providing a platform for ongoing learning and professional growth for the esteemed judges.

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